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Senedd committee publishes findings from its fuel poverty inquiry

Posted on 18th May 2022
A report has been published on 18 May by the Senedd’s Equality and Social Justice Committee following its inquiry into fuel poverty and the Warm Homes Programme.
Nation / Region: Wales, Welsh, Cymru, Mid Wales, North Wales, South East Wales
Content Type: News
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Poorest households are struggling to get the £150 council tax energy rebate

Posted on 17th May 2022
The rebate was brought in to help householders with soaring energy bills, but National Energy Action (NEA) warns that millions of pounds are yet to be claimed.
Nation / Region: England, Wales,
Content Type: News
Tags: Energy crisis

New statistics highlight up to 45% of households in Wales now in fuel poverty

Posted on 13th Apr 2022
Charity warns more support needed to offset catastrophic impact for those in severe fuel poverty who are hardest hit by the energy crisis 
Nation / Region: UK, Wales,
Content Type: News
Tags: Wales, Welsh Government
Charity comments on UK Government’s energy retail market strategy
Charity comments on UK Government’s energy retail market strategy
Post on 23rd Jul 2021
Today (23 July 2021) the UK Government launched its new Energy Retail Market Strategy.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type:News
Energy, News, News Release, UK Government
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National charity comments on launch of new Fuel Poverty Strategy for England
National charity comments on launch of new Fuel Poverty Strategy for England
Post on 11th Feb 2021
Today UK Government published its long-awaited Fuel Poverty Strategy for England.
Nation / Region: England
Content Type:News
Fuel Poverty, Policy, UK Government
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Charity welcomes warm homes investment for the poorest households
Charity welcomes warm homes investment for the poorest households
Post on 25th Nov 2020
Today’s Spending Review has confirmed the UK Government will continue to invest in upgrading the UK’s buildings to make people warmer and more comfortable, and our homes cheaper to heat.
Nation / Region: England , Northern Ireland , Wales
Content Type:News
UK Government
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